AUP

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AUPAcceptable Use Policy
AUPAmsterdam University Press (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
AUPAmerican University of Paris (France)
AUPAuckland University Press (est. 1966; New Zealand)
AUPAgile Unified Process (IBM)
AUPAfghan Uniform Police (Afghanistan)
AUPAnnual Upgrade Protection
AUPAuthorized Usage Policy
AUPAdvanced Ultra Low Power
AUPAgreed Upon Procedures
AUPAverage Unit Price
AUPAgence Unique de Paiement (French: Single Payment Agency; French Ministry of Agriculture)
AUPAdventist University of the Philippines
AUPAdvanced Unitary Penetrator (US DoD munition)
AUPAnnual Upgrade Protection (licensing)
AUPAvionics Upgrade Program
AUPAdministrative Use Permit (building permit)
AUPAnguilla United Party
AUPAthletes United for Peace (Berkeley, California)
AUPAustralian United Press (agency)
AUPAkademi Usaha Perikanan (Indonesian: Fisheries academy)
AUPArchitecture, Urbanisme, Patrimoine (French: Architecture, Planning, Heritage; est. 1980)
AUPAnnée Universitaire Préparatoire (French: University Preparatory Year; University Claude Bernard Lyon 1; Lyon, France)
AUPAnimation Universitaire Protestante (French: Animation Protestant University; Paris, France)
AUPAlcohol Use Problems
AUPAttitude Update
AUPApproved unit price
AUPAéroclub Universitaire de Picardie (French: Aeroclub University of Picardie; est. 1977)
AUPAumônerie Universitaire Paloise (French: Chaplaincy Students of Pau; Pau, France)
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The T-38 Avionics Upgrade Program (AUP) production system baseline plan was conventional for legacy aircraft upgrade and modification programs using a mass/ craft assembly stationary dock approach.
Most of the amount is for an F-5 aircraft avionics upgrade program and the balance is for the supply of electro-optic and communications systems.
The Unit supported the T-38C avionics upgrade program by flying depot-level test sorties and acceptance check flights after the cockpit upgrades were completed.
Colonel Tyykila said the flight receives about one KC-135 each week from the avionics upgrade program, and it takes "two days at the most" to certify the aircraft for return to the operational Air Force.
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